Khalid, portrayed for Reprieve's "2018: The end of Guantánamo" campaign
Khalid, portrayed for Reprieve's "2018: The end of Guantánamo" campaign
Ahmed, portrayed for Reprieve's "2018: the end of Guantánamo" campaign
Ahmed, portrayed for Reprieve's "2018: the end of Guantánamo" campaign
Abdulmalik, portrayed for Reprieve's "2018: the end of Guantánamo" campaign
Abdulmalik, portrayed for Reprieve's "2018: the end of Guantánamo" campaign
Guantánamo detainees portrayed for Reprieve's "2018: the end of Guantánamo" campaign
Guantánamo detainees portrayed for Reprieve's "2018: the end of Guantánamo" campaign
Cover design for "Confronting root causes: forced labour in global supply chains" report by Beyond Trafficking and Slavery (BTS) 2018
Cover design for "Confronting root causes: forced labour in global supply chains" report by Beyond Trafficking and Slavery (BTS) 2018
Chapter illustration for "Confronting root causes..." report by BTS 2018 (1/12)
Chapter illustration for "Confronting root causes..." report by BTS 2018 (1/12)
Chapter illustration for "Confronting root causes..." report by BTS 2018 (8/12)
Chapter illustration for "Confronting root causes..." report by BTS 2018 (8/12)
Chapter illustration for "Confronting root causes..." report by BTS 2018 (4/12)
Chapter illustration for "Confronting root causes..." report by BTS 2018 (4/12)
Chapter illustration for "Confronting root causes..." report by BTS 2018 (5/12)
Chapter illustration for "Confronting root causes..." report by BTS 2018 (5/12)
Character drawings for "This Evil Thing," a one man play written and performed by Michael Mears (published by 49 Knights)
Character drawings for "This Evil Thing," a one man play written and performed by Michael Mears (published by 49 Knights)
Nanomedicine (illustration for Bluesci, Cambridge University Science Magazine)
Nanomedicine (illustration for Bluesci, Cambridge University Science Magazine)
Climate Change Infographics (published in Bluesci, the Cambridge University science magazine)
Climate Change Infographics (published in Bluesci, the Cambridge University science magazine)
Climate Science Communication, 1/2 (Illustration for Bluesci, the Cambridge University science magazine)
Climate Science Communication, 1/2 (Illustration for Bluesci, the Cambridge University science magazine)
Climate Science Communication, 2/2 (Illustration for Bluesci, the Cambridge University science magazine)
Climate Science Communication, 2/2 (Illustration for Bluesci, the Cambridge University science magazine)
Cover design for "The Luck of the Devil," a play written by David Damant and produced by the Garrick Club (publiched by 49 Knights)
Cover design for "The Luck of the Devil," a play written by David Damant and produced by the Garrick Club (publiched by 49 Knights)
Character drawing: Madame Bernhardi in "The Luck of the Devil" (49 Knights)
Character drawing: Madame Bernhardi in "The Luck of the Devil" (49 Knights)
Character drawing: Schultmann in "The Luck of the Devil" (49 Knights)
Character drawing: Schultmann in "The Luck of the Devil" (49 Knights)
Album artwork: Three Step Strut by Three Step Manoeuvre
Album artwork: Three Step Strut by Three Step Manoeuvre
Album artwork: CD design for Three Step Strut by Three Step Manoeuvre
Album artwork: CD design for Three Step Strut by Three Step Manoeuvre
Incidiental artwork for "Shakespeare, His Wife and the Dog," a play written by and starring Philip Whitchurch (published by 49 Knights)
Incidiental artwork for "Shakespeare, His Wife and the Dog," a play written by and starring Philip Whitchurch (published by 49 Knights)
Khalid, portrayed for Reprieve's "2018: The end of Guantánamo" campaign
Khalid, portrayed for Reprieve's "2018: The end of Guantánamo" campaign
Ahmed, portrayed for Reprieve's "2018: the end of Guantánamo" campaign
Ahmed, portrayed for Reprieve's "2018: the end of Guantánamo" campaign
Abdulmalik, portrayed for Reprieve's "2018: the end of Guantánamo" campaign
Abdulmalik, portrayed for Reprieve's "2018: the end of Guantánamo" campaign
Guantánamo detainees portrayed for Reprieve's "2018: the end of Guantánamo" campaign
Guantánamo detainees portrayed for Reprieve's "2018: the end of Guantánamo" campaign
Cover design for "Confronting root causes: forced labour in global supply chains" report by Beyond Trafficking and Slavery (BTS) 2018
Cover design for "Confronting root causes: forced labour in global supply chains" report by Beyond Trafficking and Slavery (BTS) 2018
Chapter illustration for "Confronting root causes..." report by BTS 2018 (1/12)
Chapter illustration for "Confronting root causes..." report by BTS 2018 (1/12)
Chapter illustration for "Confronting root causes..." report by BTS 2018 (8/12)
Chapter illustration for "Confronting root causes..." report by BTS 2018 (8/12)
Chapter illustration for "Confronting root causes..." report by BTS 2018 (4/12)
Chapter illustration for "Confronting root causes..." report by BTS 2018 (4/12)
Chapter illustration for "Confronting root causes..." report by BTS 2018 (5/12)
Chapter illustration for "Confronting root causes..." report by BTS 2018 (5/12)
Character drawings for "This Evil Thing," a one man play written and performed by Michael Mears (published by 49 Knights)
Character drawings for "This Evil Thing," a one man play written and performed by Michael Mears (published by 49 Knights)
Nanomedicine (illustration for Bluesci, Cambridge University Science Magazine)
Nanomedicine (illustration for Bluesci, Cambridge University Science Magazine)
Climate Change Infographics (published in Bluesci, the Cambridge University science magazine)
Climate Change Infographics (published in Bluesci, the Cambridge University science magazine)
Climate Science Communication, 1/2 (Illustration for Bluesci, the Cambridge University science magazine)
Climate Science Communication, 1/2 (Illustration for Bluesci, the Cambridge University science magazine)
Climate Science Communication, 2/2 (Illustration for Bluesci, the Cambridge University science magazine)
Climate Science Communication, 2/2 (Illustration for Bluesci, the Cambridge University science magazine)
Cover design for "The Luck of the Devil," a play written by David Damant and produced by the Garrick Club (publiched by 49 Knights)
Cover design for "The Luck of the Devil," a play written by David Damant and produced by the Garrick Club (publiched by 49 Knights)The Luck of the Devil is a play written by David Damant and produced by the Garrick Club. It tells the story of Baron Bretzenny, a banker in 1930s Vienna, who makes a deal with the devil in order to save himself from financial ruin.All aspects of this design were hand drawn in Procreate on the iPad Pro using the Apple Pencil.The play is being published by 49 Knights, an independent publishing house based in Cambridge and Edinburgh, and it is set to be released on 17th March 2017.
Character drawing: Madame Bernhardi in "The Luck of the Devil" (49 Knights)
Character drawing: Madame Bernhardi in "The Luck of the Devil" (49 Knights)One of the nine characters I drew for the publication of the The Luck of the Devil. Madame Bernhardi is the glamorous mistress of the lead character, Baron Bretzenny.The drawing was created in Procreate on the iPad Pro.
Character drawing: Schultmann in "The Luck of the Devil" (49 Knights)
Character drawing: Schultmann in "The Luck of the Devil" (49 Knights)Another of the nine characters I drew for the publication of The Luck of the Devil. Schultmann is the Baron's best friend and he is pictured here speaking to the Baron on the phone.The drawing was created in Procreate on the iPad Pro.
Album artwork: Three Step Strut by Three Step Manoeuvre
Album artwork: Three Step Strut by Three Step ManoeuvreThree Step Manoeuvre are an up and coming funk organ trio. Their debut album, Three Step Strut, was released in November 2016
Album artwork: CD design for Three Step Strut by Three Step Manoeuvre
Album artwork: CD design for Three Step Strut by Three Step Manoeuvre
Incidiental artwork for "Shakespeare, His Wife and the Dog," a play written by and starring Philip Whitchurch (published by 49 Knights)
Incidiental artwork for "Shakespeare, His Wife and the Dog," a play written by and starring Philip Whitchurch (published by 49 Knights)
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